Top 10 Best Sadie Frost Movies

Sadie Liza Frost is an English actress, Producer and Fashion designer, who currently runs fashion label Frost French. She set up her own Film Production Company Blonde to Black Pictures in 2011.
10. Presence of Mind, 1999
A governess (Sadie Frost) watches over two children in a house that bears a dark secret involving her predecessor.
9. Crimetime, 1996
A glamorized TV portrayal of serial murders results in more slayings and stardom for the actor (Stephen Baldwin) playing the killer (Pete Postlethwaite).
8. The Heavy, 2010
The sibling rivalry between two brothers comes to a head when one is given a chance to take revenge on the other.
7. Shoot on Sight, 2008
A Muslim police officer has to display courage at work during terrorist attacks and deal with family conflict at home.
6. Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, 2004
When gigantic robots attack New York City, "Sky Captain" (Jude Law) uses his private air force to fight them off. His ex-girlfriend, reporter Polly Perkins (Gwyneth Paltrow), has been investigating the recent disappearance of prominent scientists. Suspecting a link between the global robot attacks and missing men, Sky Captain and Polly decide to work together. They fly to the Himalayas in pursuit of the mysterious Dr. Totenkopf (Laurence Olivier), the mastermind behind the robots.
5. Flypaper, 1997
A wealthy man's (Robert Loggia) plan to keep his daughter (Sadie Frost) away from an unsavory boyfriend sets off a chain of complicated events.
4. Shopping, 1994
In the near future, young Billy (Jude Law) is released from prison and meets up with his girlfriend, Jo (Sadie Frost). Immediately, they steal a car and go "shopping," their term for crashing the vehicle through the window of an upscale store, then stealing everything they can. But Billy's return to the streets draws the ire of both the law and rival crooks, like the merciless Tommy (Sean Pertwee), who sets his sights on getting rid of the upstart criminal for good.
3. The Krays, 1990
Twins Ronnie (Gary Kemp) and Reggie Kray (Martin Kemp) are raised in east London, under the influence of their hateful but doting mother, Violet (Billie Whitelaw). As they grow up, Ronnie's violent nature takes over, and Reggie follows his brother's lead. The two become notorious crime lords who rule over the East End club scene. But at the height of their power, the brothers veer into different lives, giving the older crime bosses a chance to reclaim what the Kray twins took from them.
2. Love, Honour and Obey, 2000
A young man (Jonny Lee Miller) reminisces about how a childhood friend introduced him to the biggest gangster in London.
1. Bram Stoker's Dracula, 1992
Adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic vampire novel. Gary Oldman plays Dracula whose lonely soul is determined to reunite with his lost love, Mina (Winona Ryder). In Britain, Dracula begins a reign of terror and seduction draining the life from her closest friend, Lucy (Sadie Frost). Together they try and drive Dracula away.